MyABDR Update

From the HFA and National Blood Authority MyABDR Team


A new version of the MyABDR app was released on 19 October 2015, bringing you more improvements and features including:

  • Ability for users to request their own updated emergency patient card and whether they would like it sent to their Haemophilia Treatment Centre or directly to their own nominated delivery address.
    Please note: all card requests will always be checked by staff at your Haemophilia Treatment Centre.

The next release is scheduled for January 2016 and will be a release specifically for the smartphone app looking at how, when and why the app syncs and doing a complete review to enhance the process of saving and updating of your data.

Make sure you update your MyABDR app to take advantage of these new enhancements and fixes. These improvements are always developed in response to user feedback so please call the below number to tell us about how the app works for you.

MyABDR getting started brochureIf you need some help with getting started, there is also a new quick reference guide: 6 easy steps for recording treatment with the MyABDR app.

Download it from the MyABDR web site.

Or ask Suzanne at HFA to send you a copy –
T: 1800 807 173


MyABDR was the focus of the National Blood Authority booth in the exhibition at the 2015 Gold Coast Conference.

The MyABDR support team enjoyed meeting with new and existing users to fill you in on the latest developments and what is planned, get your feedback and suggestions, and to help you with any queries.

The Conference was also an opportunity to have a session with some of the MyABDR Focus Group members. Thank you to the participants who gave feedback on proposed enhancements to MyABDR and worked through ideas on future development. This was very helpful!


Don’t hesitate to contact the MyABDR Support team with any queries. Meghan, Danny, Lachlan or Rebecca are always available and happy to assist you.

T: 13 000 BLOOD / 13 000 25663
Available 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week.

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